Whether or not you believe Kaepernick is being blackballed by the entire league, there’s no doubt that he could be a quality back-up at a NFL Team
Colin Kaepernick still has the skill set to be a starting NFL quarterback somewhere in 2017, but that seems unlikely, but as a back-up there shouldn’t be in question. What is in question is the baggage he bring to a franchise.
The Buffalo Bills need a quality QB 2, behind Tyrod Taylor and with E.J Manuel departing the Bills for Oakland, Kaepernick just makes sense.
Kaepernick, with his strong arm and athleticism, is built to be a good No. 2 behind Taylor. When Bills offensive coordinator Rick Dennison held the same role for Denver last offseason, the Broncos took a long look at Kap as a No. 1. This would be much less of a pressure situation to take that chance.